Maui, Hawaii, USA
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Maui Hawaii is one of the more populated of the major Hawaiian islands. Fortunately, it still maintains populations, albeit small and imperilled, of many of Hawaii’s native bird species such as the Hawaiian goose, aka, nene. The good news is that there are several large protected areas on the island. The bad news is that even these areas have a hard time protecting native species from introduced predators and competitors and disease.
Maui, Hawaii Stock Footage
Maui Hawaii is a nature lovers paradise. The balmy climate and unique wildlife species make it unlike anywhere else. However, much of the native wildlife is endangered and persists only in a few isolated protected areas. Compared to the upland areas the oceans are still in relatively good shape and the snorkeling and diving is very good (although perhaps not as good as some other areas around the globe).